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Corporate Rock Climbing Outings & Camping Retreats
Joshua Tree National Park

Looking for something special and adventurous for your staff? A fully catered Joshua Tree rock climbing outing and camping retreat is a great way for everyone on your team to unwind together.

The professionals at California Alpine Guides can provide all the logistics, meals and group camping equipment as well as professional rock climbing instruction. Your coporate group can relax and enjoy the fun sport of rock climbing among the beautiful rock formations of Joshua Tree National Park.

We will handle all the logistics including group campsite reservations, all camp management (including set up and take down), all meals and any rental equipment requested. We can provide all the equipment needed including tents, sleeping bags and pads, camp chairs, technical rock climbing equipment and footware.

The day is spent rock climbing with professional American Mountain Guides Association certified rock climbing instructors. Rock climbing and fun team-building activities are provded all day. The night is spent enjoying fine camp food around a roaring campfire and taking in the famous Joshua Tree starry nights.

For all ability levels including children and those that have never camped before.

For other Joshua Tree rock climbing courses check out our main Joshua Tree Rock Climbing page.

We can cater to Corporate groups from four to fifty

Food: Meal choices include classic gourmet camp cuisine such as dutch-oven roasts and baked goods, grilled vegetables and meats and campfire treats. We can customize a menu for your needs. We provide a fully catered camping event.

Season: October through May

Cost: Cost is dependant on size of group, number of nights and options requested. Call for a quote for your next corporate outing.

Joshua Tree National Park is only 1.5 to 3 hours from the Los Angeles Basin.

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